Life after death: Woman claims she met Jesus in the afterlife – ‘Floating in bright light’

A WOMAN who claims to have met Jesus Christ in a life after death encounter is convinced the afterlife is real.

The woman, who only introduced herself as Cathy, described her incredible near-death experience (NDE0, which happened during surgery in 1988. According to Cathy’s account, she had died for a couple of minutes on the operating table before she was resuscitated. During these few minutes, she is convinced she caught a glimpse of the afterlife.


    Cathy said: “I saw Jesus holding my five-year-old son who had died two years earlier in an accident.

    “They were both dressed in white. They were standing or floating in this bright light.

    “I couldn’t see much of anything else, I was focused on seeing my son.”

    Jesus then let go of her son who ran towards her and the pair embraced.


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    Cathy said: “Jesus put him down and he came to me. I was so happy to see him. I was so happy to see him.”

    However, Cathy told him she could not stay as she had to return to the land of the living.

    And although she was torn by the experience, she has described it to the Near Death Experience Research Foundation (NDERF) a wholly positive and emotional.

    She said: “I’d go back there in a minute if I could.

    “It was such a wonderful experience. It’s been such a blessing in my life.”

    In the aftermath of the NDE, Cathy claims to have gained a deeper understanding of the Universe, Jesus and the afterlife.

    She believes life after death is real and a life well-lived will end in heaven.

    However, most medical experts would dispute Cathy’s detailed account.

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    Although experts agree NDE patients often have vivid memories of otherworldly lights, angelic beings and out-of-body experiences, there are likely natural causes behind them.

    NDE researchers Neil Dagnall and Ken Drinkwater from Manchester Metropolitan University said: “Currently, there is no definitive explanation for why near-death experiences happen.

    “But ongoing research still strives to understand this enigmatic phenomenon.

    “Whether paranormal or not, near-death experiences are extremely important.

    “They provide meaning, hope, and purpose for many people, while offering an appreciation of the human desire to survive beyond death.”

    One theory suggests NDEs are hallucinations triggered by dying brain cells.

    A similar theory suggests NDEs are hallucinations caused by a lack of oxygen flowing to the brain when the heart stops.

    In the UK, the NHS does not consider NDEs to be genuine instances of a person dying.


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